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Posted by cjoshua15 on August 14, 2006

This blogging stuff takes at most our external and makes it public not to mention if we lose track our internal to the external of a world.  There are no limitations of who can read this, just a personal limitation of responding.  I read blogs for a while until I found that this virtual thought sharing or visible regurgitation of my thoughts almost therapeutic in some free way.  But that said to see the point of lurkin.  There are millions of them out there, reading and browsing, bookmarking and linking, but never sharing.  Why?  Everyone has a thought about something.  What if the folks lurkin opted to share their thoughts?  I’m thinkin that their thoughts are worth way more than two cents.  What if something they offered up gave someone great insight to another view of the one thing they were voicing?  Take value in your thoughts, someone besides you might find them priceless.


2 Responses to “Lurking”

  1. I know I don’t have a worthwhile thought at this time, but I wanted you to know that I’ve finally gotten over here to read and say hello. Will be back soon.

    Oh wait- here’s a thought, or rather a caution. Don’t let spilled dog food remain in the bed of your truck, get wet, and then mold under the confines of the truck topper. It’s really disgusting. I can tell you this from unfortunate personal experience.

    Not spellbinding or profound, but all I got right now. 🙂

  2. Amber said

    I’ve been writing in an online journal for four years… Some people will consistently read and only lurk… but usually, at some point, you’ll say something that pulls the lurker out and they will be forced to comment. They usually DO have something insightful to say at this point.

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